Floyd Brown - You're My Reason For Living / Inventory mp3 album
You're viewing YouTube in Russian. You can change this preference below. Это видео содержит материалы, принадлежащие пользователю Pink Floyd. Он заблокировал их показ в целях соблюдения авторских прав. A Momentary Lapse of Reason (Full Album). A Momentary Lapse of Reason. Авторы текста и музыки. David Gilmour, Patrick Leonard.
Pink Floyd have been known to perform and/or record a number of songs and instrumentals which have never been officially released on a single or album. Only those whose existence can be reliably confirmed are listed here. Bootleg recordings of the majority of below listed songs exist. Several previously unreleased songs appeared on The Early Years 1965–1972 box set in November 2016, which marked their first official release.
A Momentary Lapse of Reason was the first album for the group following the acrimonious split with writer, singer and bass player, Roger Waters. Many perhaps feared that the band would falter without Waters who provided so much of the band's lyrical direction and album concepts. This album however, proved that Pink Floyd was not only alive and well, but that it would remain one of the most successful and popular bands of all-time. The concept album is still there and they immerse you straight away with Signs of Life, an eerie musical intro' in which you're listening to a rower pull their way down a waterway, a format that was rekindled in The Division Bell. The you're thrust into the uplifting Learning to Fly kicks you in a new directon. There definitely is less of the brooding atmosphere and cynical intellectual turmoil that Waters enjoyed exploring and was not everyone's cup of tea, but it's not all gone.
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Three Pink Floyd albums celebrate anniversaries this year. Everyone knows the name of this band, if you don’t, you’ve been living under a rock. No excuses for not knowing one of the most popular and greatest bands of all time. Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Richard Wright and Nick Mason took the world by storm when they released their influential album The Dark Side Of The Moon, which is to this day one of the greatest albums of all time, and a classic of its genre and music alike. The first Pink Floyd album not to feature founder and bassist Roger Waters, A Momentary Lapse of Reason represented a definite transition to a new phase in the band’s long history. It came in the midst of a tumultuous period of lawsuits and name-calling between Waters and his former band mates, led by vocalist and guitarist David Gilmour.
If you're looking for an album concerned with honesty of expression and breaking new ground rather than over-produced musical trappings, this is one of the Floyd's very best. And with no exaggeration, you'd have trouble finding a more intimate vocal performance than Roger's from any singer in the world. I never hear anyone talking about it but it is just as good as meddle or atom heart mother. It has a lot of great songs like, when you're in, the gold its in the, wots uh the deal, childhoods end, free four and stay. When I heard this album I knew that I had heard when you're in, the gold its in the, and stay on the radio before.
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Wish You Were Here is the ninth studio album from English rock band Pink Floyd. The follow-up to their legendary album The Dark Side Of The Moon, its genesis was marked by the band’s disorientation following their rise to planetary exposure. Finding it difficult to figure out what to do with their creative future and physically worn out by extensive touring, the band members entered a state where they would reflect on the past, and most notably Pink Floyd founder-gone-mad Syd Barrett. Wish You Were Here has an overal melancholy feel, yet its melodic density, powerful guitar solos by David Gilmour and heavy use of Richard Wright’s keyboards provide a very colourful listening experience. Although they had approached it with quite a bit of a writer’s block, the band members have often voiced their satisfaction with the final result.
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